Who is Sana Saeed? AJ Plus producer says “we’re all Hamas”

Alice Wallin

Who is Sana Saeed? AJ Plus producer says “we’re all Hamas”

“We are Hamas in general,” Sana Saeed jokes on Twitter

In addition to AJ Maker challenges the Hamas narrative and garners 417.3K views
Media pundit Saeed’s provocative tweet sheds light on conversations about political affiliations

AJ and Senior Producer Sana Saeed joke around, assuring “we are Hamas overall” in a tweet that has resurfaced amid the ongoing controversy.

AJ Also’s Senior Producer and Host, Sana Saeed, gave her perspective on the portrayal of Hamas in a new tweet, stating: “Stop blaming Hamas on everything.” The tweet, published on November 19, 2023, garnered critical reviews from 417.3 thousand views.

Saeed’s words are vital to a broader conversation about understanding and attributing responsibilities to Hamas in different settings. The tweet refers to a link Saeed shared from al-monitor.com, in which he said: “I am Hamas, they are Hamas, and we are all Hamas.” He tweeted this in 2014 and it has resurfaced since then.

Who is Sana Saeed?

Sana Saeed, a Canadian with extensive interest in media research and investigations, was associated with AJ In from 2014, which increased the channel’s output. His experience includes featured work in notable distributions such as The New York Times, LA Times, Quartz, Watchman, Salon, and AJE.

Currently, Saeed is involved in an initiative called ‘Pop Yankee folklore’, which explores American mainstream society as a conductor for political expression. Despite his advantage in matters of state, religion and culture, Saeed made a comical attempt to stay away from Twitter debates.

The tone of the tweet energized conversations through web-based entertainment; some interpreted it as an editorial on people’s broader engagement with Hamas’s activities or personality. This dispute adds another layer to ongoing debates about the contours and perspective of organizations like Hamas in media stories.

As Saeed continues his work at AJ Further, his arguments and perspectives will likely contribute to a broader conversation on the intricacies of political and social relations, especially the Israeli-Palestinian struggle.